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What (sleeping) pillow do you like and why?
RE: What (sleeping) pillow do you like and why?
I have slept with my new buckwheat   "bucky" pillow.     I have taken out more of the hulls a few times .     They expect you to remove some of the hulls and save them, in case you need to add them back later.     It is an interesting pillow,  and I will continue trying it at times.     It is firm,   but you can  shape it,   hollow out a space for head , ears,   mask.         

So far my favorite sleeping pillow is   "My Pillow".     I removed a large amount of the shredded foam that it is stuffed with.    It can be washed and dried in our home  clothes washer and dryer  (sometimes an advantage.)     Pillows are  always too stuffed for me,   I need thinner pillows.   

This has been an interesting thread.   I have enjoyed reading all the posts.  Thank you.
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